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2005 Camry fuel filter is located in the gas tank and does not require servicing. It is supposed to last the life of the car. I have 200,000 miles on my older Camry(2005) and have only replaced the thermostat and gas cap. The toyota dealer told me to replace the evap can for $600 but I checked out online and only replaced the gas cap to resolve the evap code.
Check first the power window fuse, located in the fuse box, if blown, replace it with the same amperage.
If it still don't work, the problem will be the power window switch module. The switch is electronic and when it doesn't work, you have to replace it.
Better go to your dealer and let them assess that switch, they would try the new one to confirm if the switch is to be replace or not. that switch usually breaks down when caught in the rain or just got dirty.
Hope that solves your problem.
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Best place to look is on ebay. Find a reputabe seller, be sure to match the FCC ID number on the back of your current key to ensure compatability. You can probably get one through a local Toyota dealer but will cost much more.
Its under the dash board on the left side (driver side). You just
remove the lower panel close to your left foot and you get it with a
fuse. It's not in the same fuse block as the integration relay but
under that box.
With your key on give a left or right turn signal. Try to listen and pinpoint the clicking of the turn signal flasher. Once you locate the turn signal flasher, your hazard flasher will look just like this and should be mounted nearby, typically next to it. The flasher simply pulls out and the new one just pushes in
There is a relay under the hood that will cause this problem. My dealer told me I needed a new compressor, all I replaced was the relay(2 years ago) About $40.It is not labled as A.C. relay on fuse box.Buy the relay from your dealer and get a mechanic to replace it.